90 Day Fiance began airing on TV in 2014 to showcase how love can surpass culture and distance. The format of the show follows an American citizen falling for a foreigner. Later, both would apply for a K1 Visa for the latter to shift there. While the show has given us a lot of wholesome couples, there have been some who have reeked of suspicion. It has been evident through their acts that there was no love in their relationship. Well, they only tied the knot to have a better life in the states.
Amidst all this, the US Embassy has released key points for people to look into. They have done so for people to avoid getting scammed through marriages. Many fans think it is an important reminder for all the ex-castmates to avoid committing the same mistakes again. Keep reading to know more details about this.
90 Day Fiance: The US Embassy Releases A Guide To Avoid Marriage Fraud! Important For The Castmates Who Have Been Fooled Once
While the 90 Day Fiance fans have rooted for the couples like David-Annie, and Libby-Andrei, there have been many who disappointed them. It was clear from the very beginning that some couples lacked love in their bonds. It became obvious that castmates like Luiz (previously married to Molly) and Mohamed (Danielle’s partner) just wanted an opportunity to get into the US for a better life. The viewers got to see their turbulent relationship blow up during their seasons. The viewers also got aware of the concept of “marriage fraud”.
Well, the US Embassy has now released a few key points for the people to avoid falling into the trap of marriage fraud. They want American citizens to be cautious before falling in love with someone who is rather an opportunist. Here are the signs that someone from a different country might just be using someone to be in America rather than being in love with them:
- Admitting being in love just after months or days of making contact.
- Often talking about proposal and marriage from the initial days of the relationship
- Immediately wanting to visit America to be with the resident after admitting to being in love.
- One-sided conversations, constantly avoiding calls and messages after the declaration of love.
- Missing appointments that have been scheduled after filing the engagement, married, or immigration v isa.
90 Day Fiance: Fans Feel Ex-Castmates Would Benefit From These Guidelines!
Well, during such tough times, it is important for residents to be aware of these tell-tale signs to avoid facing a situation of marriage scam. Many 90 Day Fiance fans feel that the ex-castmates who have suffered the same fate should keep such points in mind. They must do so to avoid committing the same mistakes all over again and save themselves the heartbreak, money, and time.
Many 90 Day Fiance couples like Ashley and Jay, Anfisa and Jorge, Kim and Usman, and so on have showcased their toxic relationship for many seasons. From the very beginning, the fans would constantly warn the American castmates. They wanted them to open their eyes and recognize that their so-called lovers were duping them. But all of that is in the past now as they have all split from their partners. Keep coming back to TV Season & Spoilers for all the latest reality TV updates.